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TOPIC: I know the way to fit
Created by: NorCalRnS
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Hello all. I wanted to throw in my 2 cents about fitness. First it starts with your diet. If you're not willing to change the way you eat, you will never reach your potential. I know, I was a complete sweets and fast food junkie. It took a heart attack at the age of 42 for me to finally see how I was hurting myself. Second, find yourself a program that works for you. For me it was P90X from Beachbody. I've taken my BF down from 27% to 10.5% and lost 38 pounds. There is no excuse. I watched someone I know go from 330 pounds to 140. It can be done. If you want to find the way, get in touch with me and I'll help you out. The program did me so much good, I decided to become a coach. Not only do I help others achieve their fitness and health goals, but I make money doing it. You can too. If you're like us, you want to play with people who are fit and healthy. When you're ready to change your body, change your health and change your life, get in touch with me. You'll never regret it, only not doing it.

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Well it was my own fault in trying to be too gung ho and hurt myself. But yeah, it was a pretty painful experience lol. My favorites are kenpo and yogaX, they are fabulous.

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You were hurt doing Plyo, that sucks. I know routines like this aren't for everyone. I never thought jumping up and down would help me until I went skiing and my legs were stronger than ever. The stuff really works, but as with everyting caution is advised.

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I own the P90X series and it is some hard core stuff. Be very careful...you can definately injure yourself though. I sprained my back bad doing Plyometrics. But you will damn sure get a work out, thats for sure.

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Yes Hunt, we have it. The nutrition part is the hardest, but the clean eating is close to it.

Rochester NY
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Thanks! We'll let you know when we start and how it goes. Our eating habits are very close to their recommendations, bumping it up will come after vacation. Not even about to BS anyone on that:)

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I would recommend starting off with the P90X Classic. You can pretty much modify all of the moves depending on your fitness level. It is a very intense program, but very doable. I was in really bad shape when I started but made it through. Finishing up my 5th round next month. One thing, follow the nutrition guide as closely as possible, you will see much bettter results if you do. Between my wife and I we have also done P90X+, Ten Minute Trainer, Turbo Jam, Slim Series and now my wife is on Chalean Extreme. But P90X/X+ is my favorite and made the most changes. Shaun T.'s new Insanity program looks incredible, that will be next when it comes out. I've found most people are hooked for life once they start.

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Ah-do you have the program, Spade?

We had the bands set up and then put a new cieliung in the basement-s now I have to get the hooks in again. Little stuff, but I'm looking forward to starting. We watched a few of the DVD's-and laughed our asses off-for the shape we're in, it's going to be tough anyway:) T is down to 179! All muscle.

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No levels, just 3 different programs(normal, doubles, lean) to follow.

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Actually, Spade-we have the program. We just have to se it up.

I was going to as, and now will-thank you OP-are there different levels tos tart out at, or do you follow your own pace and increas as you develop=common sense...

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I sincerely apologize for that, it has been unblocked.

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